Liquid Facelift VS Vampire Facial: Which One is Right for Me?
Which procedure works best for you depends on your treatment goals. If you want brighter, firmer-looking skin with enhanced collagen production, a vampire facial may work best. If you want to reduce the look of lines and wrinkles while improving the face’s volume and contour, you may consider a liquid facelift.
A vampire facial works by promoting increased healing properties and collagen production, which tightens and firms the skin from underneath. A liquid facelift uses dermal fillers and Botox®, which reduce lines and wrinkles more effectively but lacks the long-term improvement of collagen seen with a vampire facial.
What Results Will I See?
With both treatments, the skin will look younger and more rejuvenated. With a liquid facelift, these results come from diminished lines, wrinkles, and loss of volume. With a vampire facial, the results come from microneedling and long-term collagen development triggered by the process.
Is There Any Downtime With A Vampire Facial or Liquid Facelift?
The vampire facial may leave your skin red and sensitive for a few hours, but the PRP speeds recovery. With a liquid facelift, you may see a small amount of bruising or soreness in the injection area, but this will go away within a day or two. Both procedures allow you to return to regular activities without limitations.